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Sony promotes remote solutions

Sony promotes remote solutions
The SRG-XP1 and SRG-XB25

Sony promotes remote solutions

The SRG-XP1 and SRG-XB25 support RTSP and RTMP for AV recording and distribution

Designed to deliver high-quality images at 4K60p alongside full IP connectivity, Sony has developed the SRG-XP1 (POV) and SRG-XB25 (box) compact cameras. Each model is equipped with a wide-angle lens or optical zoom, promoting their use in hard-to-access applications where space is limited for a full-sized camera and dedicated operator.

A single network cable is required for power supply, image distribution and full IP-based camera operation. Equipped with NDI|HX1 capability via an optional licence, both cameras can operate with other NDI-compatible hardware or software on the network. Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) and Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) are also supported for AV recording and distribution. The SRG-XP1 POV camera is capable of capturing over 100° wide horizontal viewing angle, while the SRG-XB25 box camera with its 25x optical zoom is suited to larger houses of worship. When the cameras are combined with the AI-based Edge Analytics Appliance REA-C1000, content can be created in real time to provide a remote shooting and streaming solution.

Sony has also updated its Venice firmware. Version 6.0 allows importing of Advanced Rendering Transform (.art) files that improve monitoring picture quality and viewing options on-set. These .art files can be generated by Sony’s RAW Viewer software, from users’ own 3D LUT files. Additionally, Sony is collaborating with Technicolor to create a new “look library” for the Venice camera, which will be available online as a resource for creatives wishing to quickly access some of Technicolor’s established looks.

Version 2.0 of FX9 firmware supports 4K60p/50p recording through oversampling from a 5K cropped area of 6K full-frame sensor. Version 2.0 also enables output of a 4K 16-bit RAW signal to an external recorder with the optional XDCA-FX9 accessory. This additional bit depth beyond the camera’s internal 10-bit recording is said to be ideal for projects requiring more intensive postproduction.

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